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Savil 589 (1932)
Savil 589 (1932)
Here's a rare, very sleek, and rather small cathedral from a short lived company in early 30's. It is simply a cool looking beautiful refinished (I think) walnut veneer w/darker toned accents. The Brass escutcheon and Savil factory tag give it some pizazz from frontal view. The grille cloth looks correct, but is so nice and new looking I doubt it is original. It is a five-tuber and plays better with a short antenna. It does play well picking up all my locals. The 80 rectifier is a nice strong Globe and one of the other tubes is an Acturus Cobalt Blue, so there's a couple of bonuses I'm leaving in the radio. I cannot find much info on the radio other than it was a New York based business in early 30's and only in radio business a couple of years. Not positive of model number. The Savil Radio Engineering Corporation appears to have made quality sets with gorgeous cabinet (I say cabinet because I have never seen another). 14-1/2"H x 10-1/2"W x 8-1/2"D.  $429.00. (1640142)
Savil 589 (1932)
Here's a rare, very sleek, and rather small cathedral from a short lived company in early 30's. It is simply a cool looking beautiful refinished (I think) walnut veneer w/darker toned accents. The Brass escutcheon and Savil factory tag give it some pizazz from frontal view. The grille cloth looks correct, but is so nice and new looking I doubt it is original. It is a five-tuber and plays better with a short antenna. It does play well picking up all my locals. The 80 rectifier is a nice strong Globe and one of the other tubes is an Acturus Cobalt Blue, so there's a couple of bonuses I'm leaving in the radio. I cannot find much info on the radio other than it was a New York based business in early 30's and only in radio business a couple of years. Not positive of model number. The Savil Radio Engineering Corporation appears to have made quality sets with gorgeous cabinet (I say cabinet because I have never seen another). 14-1/2"H x 10-1/2"W x 8-1/2"D.  $429.00. (1640142)
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